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Cataractonium: Roman Catterick and its hinterland. Excavations and research, 1958-1997. Part 1

P.R. Wilson

CBA Research Report No 128 (1996)

with major contributions by H.E.M. Cool, J. Evans, A. Thompson and J.S. Wacher


Abstract

Title page of report 128

This monograph reports on, provides a synthesis of, and assesses the results from the first 32 years of the Experimental Earthwork Project.

Contents

  • Title pp(pp i-iv)
  • Table of contents (v-vii)
  • List of figures (pp viii-xii)
  • List of plates (pp xiii-xiv)
  • List of tables (pp xv-xvi)
  • List of contents of CD (page xvii)
  • Preface and dedication (ppxviii - xix)
  • Acknowledgements (ppxx - xxii)
  • Summary (ppxxiii - xxvii)
  • 1 Geology, topography, and soils (pp1 - 7)
  • 2 The archaeological background (pp8 - 33)
  • 3 Remote sensing (pp34 - 45)
  • 4 Excavations
    • 4.1 The 1958-9 Bypass excavations (Site 433)
      • Phase 1 (c AD 80-125)(pp46 - 54)
      • Phase 2 (AD 125-60)(pp54 - 58)
      • Phase 3 (c 160-200)(pp58 - 76)
      • Phase 4 Timber buildings (c AD 200 to later-3rd century) (pp76 - 83)
      • Phase 5 Stone buildings c AD 250-350/5 (pp83 - 99)
      • Phase 6 Phase 6a (c AD 350/5-c 380+) (pp99 - 114)
      • Phase 7 (c 380-5th century) (pp114 - 119)
      • Phase 8 (Anglo-Saxon-6th Century)(pp119 - 122)
    • 4.2 Catterick 1972 (Site 434) (pp122 - 138)
  • 5 Excavations by the Centre for Archaeology
    • 5.1 - 3 Bainesse (Site 46)
      • Phases 1 to 6 (c AD 80-200/20) (pp139 - 167)
      • Phases 7 to 10 (AD200/20-6th century)(pp167 - 185)
    • 5.2 Catterick Bridge (Site 240)(pp185 - 205)
    • 5.3 Honey Pot Road (Site 251)(pp205 - 208)
    • 5.4 Catterick Racecourse (Site 273) (pp209 - 216)
    • 5.5 Catterick Triangle (Site 425) (pp217 - 231)
  • 6 Excavations and recording on other sites
    • 6.1 Excavations in Catterick RAF Camp 1966 (pp232 - 234)
    • 6.2 Cadbury-Schweppes Factory sites (pp235 - 242)
  • 7 Pottery discussions (pp243 - 249)
  • 8 Pottery from Catterick Bypass Excavations and Catterick 1972 (Sites 433 and 434) (pp250 - 351)
  • 9 Pottery from the CfA excavations (pp352 - 496)
  • 10 Pottery from other sites (pp497 - 503)
  • 11 Graffiti (pp504 - 517)
  • 12 Brick and tile (pp518 - 525)
  • Part I - Concluding remarks (pp527 - 528)
  • Bibliography (pp529 - 555)
  • Index (pp557 - 567)
  • Fold-out figures
    • Figure 23 Cataractonium environs magnetometer survey areas
    • Figure 24 Cataractonium environs magnetometer grey scale plots
    • Figure 25 Cataractonium environs magnetometer survey interpretative plots
    • Figure 26 1:10,000 plot of prehistoric and Roman period cropmarks in the Catterick area
    • Figure 27 1:2500 plot of cropmarks in the immediate environs of Cataractonium
    • Figure 32 Catterick Bypass (Site 433) layout of trenches showing location of sections included in the report
    • Figure 34 Catterick Bypass (Site 433) overall plan of Phases 1 and 2 455Kb
    • Figure 35 Catterick Bypass (Site 433) detailed plan of Insula III in Phases 1 and 2 showing Flavian bath house
    • Figure 36 Catterick Bypass (Site 433) Sections 36 a-f
    • Figure 39 Catterick Bypass (Site 433) Sections 39a-j
    • Figure 41 Catterick Bypass (Site 433) Sections 41a-k
    • Figure 44 Catterick Bypass (Site 433) detailed plan of mansio (Buildings III.3, III.4b, and III.5b) in Phase 3
    • Figure 46 Catterick Bypass (Site 433) Sections 46a-l
    • Figure 49 Catterick Bypass (Site 433) overall plan of Phase 5
    • Figure 51 Catterick Bypass (Site 433) detailed plan of Insulae VI and VII in Phase 5
    • Figure 52 Catterick Bypass (Site 433) Sections 52a-c
    • Figure 54 Catterick Bypass (Site 433) detailed plan of Insula III in Phase 6-7
    • Figure 55 Catterick Bypass (Site 433) detailed plan of Insulae VI and VII in Phase 6a
    • Figure 56 Catterick Bypass (Site 433) detailed plan of Insulae VI and VII in Phase 6b
    • Figure 57 Catterick Bypass (Site 433) detailed plan of Insulae VI and VII in Phase 7
    • Figure 71 Bainesse (Site 46) sections
    • Figure 101 Catterick Bridge (Site 240) sections
    • Figure 115 Catterick Triangle (Site 425) sections
    • Figure 118 Thornbrough Farm (Sites 452 and 482) a and b) Site 452 sections; c) Site 482 section

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